Stuff your ears with cotton wool because Bigmouth Squiddly Dees are seriously loud. They might look all fluffy and harmless but every time you touch one it opens its gigantic cakehole and yells like a foghorn. But what's with the bandage? Well, I've recently discovered it's actually loo roll they wrap around their fluffy heads to protect their ears from their own blaring shrieks. The trouble is this makes them a little hard of hearing. Indeed, I once snuck up on one and prodded it with my Moshiscope - bad move as it opened up and said 'Nyaaaaarghh!'
Stuff your ears with cotton wool because Bigmouth Squiddly Dees are seriously loud. They might look all fluffy and harmless but every time you touch one it opens its gigantic cakehole and yells like a foghorn. But what's with the bandage? Well, it's actually loo roll what they wrap around their fluffy heads to protect their ears from their own blaring shrieks.
The Official Collectable Figures Guide
Bigmouth Squiddly Dees are SERIOUSLY loud and even wear bandages over their own ears to protect themselves from the amount of noise they make. Their blaring shrieks have made them a little hard of hearing, so speak up if you want to be heard!
Raaaargh! Quick, cover your ears--here come the Bigmouth Squiddly Dees from Eleventy Nook. Sweet-looking critters like Boomer are anything but cute. If one opens its gigantic purple-tongued mouth, run away because it's going to yell like a foghorn! And wer're talking enough decibels to dislodge your earwax.
Don't want your head blown off? Then DO NOT touch a Squiddly Dee. One tiny prod and the monstrous mouth will snap open with a S-H-R-I-E-K!
Boomer and the Squiddlies bandage their ears with toilet paper to protect them from their own shrieking. What a fangtastic idea! They often tuck some cough drops into the bandages, as their poor throats can get very sore and scratchy.
Moshling type: Noisies
Species: Bigmouth Squiddly Dee
Habitat: Eleventy Nook
Noisie pals: Cherry Bomb, Judder, Betty
- Soft, fluffy orange fur--but don't be fooled by its adorable appearance!
- Layers and layers of soft toilet paper
Shrill, sensitive, volatile.
Soft loo roll and throat sweets.
Heavy metal and prodding.
- Boomer is the first Series 4 Moshling to be caught by a code.
- Boomer's name was released in the Moshling Zoo at the same time as Pip and Furnando, on the 31st July, 2012.
- Boomer's bandage is actually toilet paper.